1. ODD Atom guitar
This Les Paul-inspired axe has an intricate lattice design made of Duraform PA, an ultra-strong form of nylon. It’s fused together using selective laser sintering - a more durable form of 3D printing that fuses together multiple 0.1mm layers of nylon powder. Buyers can choose their preferred hardware to go with the printed guitar body.
Link: Odd Guitars | Video
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3D printers have been around for a few years now, but they've not quite managed to grab the imagination until very recently...
In the last few months, pioneers have picked up the art of 3D printing, looking to build anything from sex toys to food, to entire houses. Some attempts and ventures have been more successful than others, but one thing is clear - 3D printing has enormous potential. It might be less time than you think before we're replicating food in our own homes.
Without further ado, here are 10 of the coolest (and sometimes weirdest) things you can currently make with a 3D printer.